We are very grateful to the Discovery Communications for supporting the work of His House by bringing their Impact Day Service Project to our campus on Saturday, June 7th.
More than 130 Discovery Communications volunteers came to His House for a full day of cleaning, painting, decorating and landscaping. And as a fitting end to their day of hard work, volunteers held an ice cream social for the kids with lots of fun activities and goodies. It was a wonderful experience for everyone involved.
Corporate service projects like this are invaluable in promoting community involvement, bringing additional funding for our work, and helping to maintain our campus. We thank the Discovery Communications and all of our corporate partners who make it a priority to help wounded children at His House.
For more information how you can plan a service day at His House please contact: Iris Marrero at email@example.com
Together we can change the lives of hurting kids. One heart at a time!
"It was a pleasure working on that building. Knowing that the building was going to be used to shelter women who are victims of human trafficking had a profound impact on me. That's what motivated me to paint every crease and every corner with love and compassion. It was truly a remarkable experience!! A big thanks to you Mildred for being an awesome leader always and to the company for allowing us to have such a beautiful experience." - Ana Sanjur
"I was touched and inspired by His House. Thank YOU for bringing it to DYI day. I look forward to helping HH again. Thanks." - Victor Parada
"Thank YOU, Mildred. I was inspired by the people at His House. This weekend, I started putting together bags of baby clothes and toys to donate." - Jennie Chavez
"It was indeed a very special day. Inspite of the rain, and many obstacles and challenges, YOUR commitment and Impact was felt and more importantly your contribution will now be the "cornerstone to the building that others rejected...". Where Children and Young Women will know that someone - an unknown person- once cared enough to spend the day preparing a place where they will be safe and for some, finally have a home." - Mildred Salvador